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Help identifying the CORRECT Logic Board Part #

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 -...

Howdy folks! A customer of mine has a MacBook Pro who's logic board that was damaged by water. A water bottle spilled in her laptop bag . The red water indicator under the trackpad ribbon connector is positive for water damage. I am looking to properly identify this board so I can order a new one. I thought the BEST thing to do is share a picture of her back cover so you smarties can see for yourselves what model and other machine specific identifiers.

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I'd also like to ask if you know where to get parts from a REPUTABLE distributor.

THANKS in advance!

Glen

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Here is your part.

MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Mid 2014) 2.6 GHz Logic Board

MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Mid 2014) 2.6 GHz Logic Board Image

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I used http://www.everymac.com to ID the computer via serial number.

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Apple Part #: 820-3476-A

@ilabbe - once you do identify a machine, it's best to correct the icon so they can get to the guides

Here's the replacement guide: MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Mid 2014 Logic Board Replacement

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Correct the icon? I'm not sure what your mean. But THANK YOU GUYS for your help!!!

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Ahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!! <Screaming like a frightened 5 year old girl> $700 dollars??????? My customer will fall over backwards, BUT... now that I know the part number I suppose I can look elsewhere.

Thanks again!

Glen

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You might want to finish your profile so you can establish yourself as a professional with iFixit to get better pricing. Click on either my icon or Johnathans to look at those profiles.

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Thank you Mayer!

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Yes, that price is way out of line and not at all in line with current prices on the marketplace. I would contact customer support and ask for a price update after you are set up as a reseller. But as you may know, other part sellers sometimes put an artificially low price on a part and then when you go to buy it find it is out of stock. Here's an example : http://www.powerbookmedic.com/MacBook-Pr...

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Glen Comstock will be eternally grateful.
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